As the semester starts up, we wanted to share a preview of what’s happening at ESN this fall. We’re excited to be introducing new ways of connecting with other Christian scholars online and in person, as well as a wide range of blog options. This week, we’ll be sharing a preview of upcoming blog features for this academic year. For now, let me introduce some new or expanded ways to connect face to face.
Theology of Higher Ed
Christians must care deeply about culture and they must recognize that true cultural obedience to their Lord has to take place under the cross. — Richard Mouw. Abraham Kuyper: A Short and Personal Introduction (Eerdmans, 2011), 136. In Ministry to Emerging Generations I briefly shared my journey to and the beginning of a Doctor of Ministry program (DMin) at Gordon-Conwell […]
Calling is the truth that God calls us to himself so decisively that everything we are, everything we do, and everything we have is invested with a special devotion and dynamism lived out as a response to his summons and service. — Os Guinness, The Call: Finding and Fulfilling the Central Purpose of Your Life (Nashville, […]
Imagine, as a new graduate student, being able to connect online to a resource that explored: Why other Christian scholars see the academic life as an important vocation. How faith and learning shape each other in subjects like philosophy, biological and biomedical sciences, English, engineering, history, business, education, law, psychology, religion, music, computer science and […]
As our family heads to InterVarsity’s Cedar Campus for a MidWest Faculty dialogue on The Ends and Goals of Higher Education in Twenty-First-Century America: Change and the Calling of the Christian Educator, it is my privilege to announce that Hannah Eagleson has joined the InterVarsity Emerging Scholars Network (ESN) staff writing team. Hannah holds a M.A. in liberal arts from […]